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good morning, america. and breaking this morning. divers suspend their search for the cruise ship missing, as the children of barbara and jerry heil of minnesota wait. and speak out about their desperate wait for news of their parents. and the story of the violinist who died as he helped save so many others. also breaking right now, the tape of a beating that shocked chicago. overnight seven teens charged with the crime, including a young girl. and walking miracle. the first pictures of lauren scruggs revealed, laughing and joking with her family, just weeks after she walked into the plane's propeller. the inside story of her amazing recovery. inside america's golden couple. the confidant revealing details.
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about the marriage of jfk jr. and his glamourous wife. carolyn before their fateful flight. here we are. right up here on the big screen. good morning, everyone. i got to tell you, when you see these stunning new pictures of lauren scruggs, out with her family, just weeks after her horrific accident, it just her doing so well. we have more on her recovery coming in. >> she's coming back so quickly. and, boy, newt gingrich coming on strong. new polls out this morning show he's really surging. lots of momentum coming up. a strong debate on monday night. can he overtake mitt romney? is there time? we'll get into that a haechtd >> also ahead, big weather ahead.
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i know you're headed to chicago. up to a foot of snow right there for a little later. a big storm headed to the major snees cities in the north. >> we haven't had much here, right? >> except for halloween. that was the last time we had it. to the latest on the cruise ship disaster off the coast of italy. new questions about why it took so long to evacuate. and what the captain is saying about why he got on a lifeboat so soon. abc's chris cuomo, co-anchor of "20/20" is back there this morning. good morning, chris. >> reporter: good morning, robin. it took more than an hour after this ship collided with the rocks to issue the evacuation order. why? fingers are pointed at the cruise operator, the company. originally, they said they didn't know what was going on. we now believe the cruise company had very good reason to know exactly where the captain was headed. . an eerie image overnight. the "costa concordia's" sister
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ship cruising near the island. a cruise much like the ill-fated trip that left this ship lying like a beached whale. a satellite photo now capturing the wreckage from space. underneath the water, this new video shows divers working with extreme condition, wading through shoulder-deep water, surrounded the dangling chandler, floating furniture. at one point, it became so dangerous, operations were suspended when the ship began tilting on the rocks. this morning, they're facing a harsh reality. this diver confirmed the mission is now to recover. not rescue. back in the u.s., an entire community gathered at a service for barbara and gerald heil. the only americans still missing. their son told abc news, he's thankful for the workers who are risking their lives to find the missing passengers. >> we still have hope. we have hope for anything that will come. whatever god's plan is, we're at peace with that. >> reporter: meanwhile, the
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search for answers continues. with a growing focus on the crew's operator's role. the captain told investigators he made a mistake steering too close to the island. but contradicting the crew's operator's claim, he said the route was planned in advance. and there's more evidence this ship has cruised the same route before. locals say they have witnessed it. and now a london newspaper said ship tracking data shows it game within 750 feet of the coast last yearment >> back in august last year, the vessel probably came within spitting distance of the rock it actually hit. >> reporter: as for the captain, he says he was on the bridge when the accident happened. but crew members told us, he was actually having dinner. you saw the captain eating at about 9:30 at night? >> that time. >> reporter: one thing he did before he left was to maneuver the ship back toward the island, instead of continuing out to sea. likely saving lives.
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but it wasn't enough to save sandor feher, the first victim to be identified. and this family, the father of the violinist is on the island here. he wanted to see where his son lost his life. there are family members from those still missing. now, the good news is search and rescue begins again today, they're going to blow holes in the hull, that's how they get into the ship. they're going to focus on the area where most people went to evacuate. robin, there is still a lot to learn about what secrets inside that ship and what secrets surround what happened that night. >> families still holding on to hope for air pockets here and there. gotta hang on to hope. chris, thank you very much. i know you'll have much more on a special "20/20" "cruise ship confidential" tomorrow. at 10:00, 9:00 central right here on abc. now to politics. "your voice, your vote." a new poll out this morning
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breaking news right now, as he's closing in fast on south carolina. abc news learned that rick perry is dropping out of the race for the republican nomination, yes, two days away from saturday's vote. abc's jon karl is covering the very latest for us from south carolina. >> reporter: robin, rick perry had been struggling to get traction, going nowhere in the polls, dropping out he's endorsing newt gingrich. it's another boost to gingrich having some of the best days to the campaign and has romney running scared. >> what a welcome, thank you so much. >> reporter: campaigning in south carolina, mitt romney slammed newt gingrich, accusing him of trying to take credit for all of the jobs created while he was speaker of the house. >> his taking credit for the jobs created in america in the reagan years is a bit like al gore saying he invented the internet. >> reporter: romney campaign has the knives out for gingrich, go after him in a new web video, featuring one of his old
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congressional colleagues. also with automated calls to south carolina voters. >> newt gingrich is just plain soft on illegal immigration. >> thank you, very much, very much. >> reporter: gingrich is enjoying large, enthusiastic crowds. and he's clearly feeling confident. >> if we win on saturday, i think i'll be the nominee. >> reporter: he says romney is running scared. >> i fully expect the romney campaign to be unendingly dirty and dishonest for the next four days. because they're desperate. they thought they could buy this. >> reporter: gingrich can hit two on a day after romney revealed he pays only a tax rate of 15%. gingrich said he pays twice as much. >> that's what i actually paid. 31% of my income belonged to the government. >> reporter: and a day after he got a vote of confidence from sarah palin -- >> i'd vote for newt. >> reporter: he said there would be a spot in the gingrich administration for palin. >> i would ask her to consider taking a major role in my administration if i'm the next president. >> reporter: overnight, rick perry went after romney for his conversion from pro-choice to
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pro life. >> this was a decision that governor romney made for a political convenience, not an issue of his heart. >> reporter: rick santorum is going after romney, too. with an ad portraying romney supporters as mindless automatons >> the establishment is once again telling us to fall in line and vote for their back-room, hand-picked moderate candidate. >> reporter: gingrich's rise is from a strong debate performance. he's got another one tonight. it will be the last time candidates face off before voters go to the polls in south carolina on saturday. >> and another hiccup right now. coming out of iowa, turns out he may not have won that caucus after all. the iowa republican party is going to report that rick santorum actually has more certified votes in the caucuses.
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>> that's right, george. it's a 34-vote landslide for rick santorum. at least right now. they're recanvassing the entire straight. they've lost the votes for eight precincts. we'll never know who the official winner was. one thing is clear, it was not romney. >> thanks very much. we also have news here. angie told me she was on your facebook page this morning. it's your birthday. happy birthday. >> reporter: thank you, george. we'll celebrate here in charleston. 21 never looked so good as it does on jon karl. good morning to both of you and to all of you. breaking news overnight about an iconic american company. kodak has filed for bankruptcy protection. it's been chronically short on cash for years but says it has secured some $950 million in financing from citigroup to stay afloat during bankruptcy proceedings. meanwhile the other story breaking this morning is that
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rupert murdoch's company is paying up to victims of the hacking. they're paying damages to 19 high-profile victims of phone hacking by his "news of the world" tabloid. including $200,000 to actor jude law. meanwhile, at home, a stunning breach of security. a dallas lawyer facing felony charges after she boarded a flight with a reinvolver. lisa stark explain house it happened. >> reporter: a security scare at one of the nation's busiest airports. a handgun gets past screeners. then the hunt is on. looking for the culprit. turns out it was a gun-packing senior citizen. 65-year-old judith kenny sailed through security with her gun in a computer bag, she says, by mistake. by the time screeners realized what they were seeing on the x-ray, kenny and her bag had disappeared. the tsa scrambled, pulling security tape, fanning
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out to check five terminals. held flights at one terminal and boarded them. >> they were not telling us anything at all. other than there was a security breach. and they were looking for somebody. >> reporter: kenny was trying to go to houston and her american airlines flight had already pulled away from the gate when security called it back that's when they found her and the gun on board the jet. >> it makes me feel concerned about what is really going on. is the screening process really as efficient and secure as it should be? >> when you let a weapon go through and you have to call the plane back, passengers already through, disrupting travel, there's something wrong with the performance of the agency. >> reporter: in a statement, the tsa defended its actions. saying it worked to locate the passenger and firearm before the plane departed. for "good morning america," lisa stark, abc news, washington. >> thank you, lisa. meanwhile big victory for wikipedia, google and many other websites. fighting new internet piracy
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laws being considered now in washington. many of the websites went dark in protest on wednesday. more than a dozen members of congress have withdrawn support for the legislation, effectively killing it. meanwhile a new record from greed on wall street. the co-founder of a new york hedge fund is one of four men charged in a massive insider trading case. prosecutors say this man executed a single trade of dell computer stock that netted him some $53 million. meanwhile, seven teens in chicago are under arrest for this horrible beating that was videotaped. and then posted online. police say a 15-year-old girl lured that boy into an alley and held the camera while he was beaten and robbed by a gang. the mayor says it's a wakeup call about a flawed value system that has become intolerable. and finally, chaos in the streets of houston. take a look, drivers stopping in disbelief to catch a glimpse of a tiger perched outside on the
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ledge of an abandoned hotel. take another look as firefighters were able to -- yeah -- just a -- just a stuffed animal. no word on who placed him out there. no firefighters or children's hearts were harmed in capturing that tiger. just a second. >> i did a double-take. >> what gave it away? the feathers from under his belly? when they knocked him off the ledge. >> thanks, josh. let's get to sam in a moment. now a big announcement about jobs from president obama today. he's on his way to florida, where he will reveal his plan for boosting tourism here in the u.s. the number of jobs at stake is high. and abc's jake tapper -- why is it always -- >> very hard to say. you make fun of me. it's hard to say. >> jake tapper on the road with the president right now. good morning, jake. >> reporter: good morning, robin. we should disclose that disney is the parent company of abc news. what president obama intends to do here is not goofy, shall we
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say. he's talking about hundreds of billions of dollars in revenue and potentially more than 1 million new american jobs. the president will announce this afternoon that he wants to make the united states the number one tourist destination in the world. ♪ be our guest be our guest be our guest ♪ >> reporter: be our guest indeed. international tourism brings in big bucks. whether they come here or go elsewhere, tourists from emerging economies such as china, india and brazil are their own mini stimulus packages, dropping up to $6,000 per tourist. but for the last decade, they've been spending that money elsewhere. largely because of post 9/11 security procedures made getting a tourist visa an arduous process. it's cost the u.s. $606 billion and 467,000 jobs over the last decade. >> every 35 visitors in the
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united states creates 1 job. we were losing between 400,000 and 500,000 jobs a year because we couldn't keep up with travel trends. >> reporter: today, the president will announce plans to turn that around. with steps such as simplifying the tourist visa process. countries like brazil, when girls turn 15, they get to have a big party or they go on a big trip. >> to come here to disney and see cinderella as castle -- >> reporter: the u.s. has been missing out on thousands of these would-be princesses. so now the president wants the wait time for u.s. visas to be significantly reduced. and many of these girls will no longer have to give interviews to apply. as they say -- ♪ it's a small world after all >> reporter: a small world full of tourists who want to spend their money here. after all. of course, some bad news is that malia and sasha will not be here today. they will not get to accompany their father, the president, when he comes here to cinderella castle. robin.
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>> thanks, jake, thanks very much. have a magical day there at the kingdom. we're going to turn to a german man who made headlines and landed in jail after pretending for years to be a rockefeller. he's in deeper trouble now. he's in court today for the judge to decide whether he should face charges on a murder that happened more than 20 years ago. abc's abbie boudreau has more on the man that called himself clark rockefeller. >> reporter: good morning, george. after all these years, he's still calling himself clark rockefeller. now this imposter may soon stand trial for murder. he's being called the world class con man. a german immigrant masquerading as an heir to the rockefeller fortune. now they're trying to prove he's also a cold-blooded murderer. >> do you agree to waive and give up your right to a continuous preliminary hearing? >> i do, your honor. >> reporter: in court the judge
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was stunned when he wanted to be referred to as clark rockefeller. >> i've never seen a circumstance where the defendant wanted to be referred to as one of his akas. >> reporter: back in 1985, he was living under yet another identity in california. that's when his land lady's 27-year-old son was brutally murdered. his remains were found years later in trash bags buried in a backyard. police suspected him, but he was long gone. years later, across the country, he was hobnobbing with the rich and famous. convincing friends, even his new wife, he was clark rockefeller. >> i'm not saying i made a very good choice of husband. i mean, it's pretty obvious that i had a blind spot. >> reporter: when she divorced him after discovering he was a fraud, he kidnapped their 7-year-old daughter. after a six-day world-wide manhunt, he was arrested in boston in 2008. in this "globe" interview, he talked about the kidnapping from
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behind bars. >> we had six glorious and wonderful days together. >> reporter: he was sentenced to five years in prison. that's when california detectives used his fingerprints to link him to the california murder. he says he's innocent. now the judge has to decide if there's enough evidence to prove this so-called con man, is also a calculating killer. now, if he does stand trial, and if he is convicted, he could face up to 26 years, up to life in prison. and, george, he will be back in court today. his preliminary hearing is expected to last several more days. george. >> thanks, abbie. now let's get to sam. >> hey, good morning, george, robin, josh. good morning, everyone. now we have winter patterns on the board, cold air and a couple snowmaker, we'll have two attempts at getting snow into urban areas. the northeast, this light snow happens first today. then in the next 24 hours, there's a big snowmaker for the chicagoland area. 4 to 8 inches of snow likely. this snow does move all the way
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into the east coast. which could mean there's two snow opportunities in the next 48 hours for parts of new england. just keep your eyes on that. also keep up with your local abc stations. here's the cold air in place. make sure it is all falling in a frozen form. check out the windchills. 29 below is the way it feels like in minneapolis. minot feels like 39 below. the real temperature, about 22 below, that's central alaska cold. about 15 degrees colder than normal for this time of the year. so it's a bitter cold pocket of air. this also is sliding east. look at the windchill this morning. washington, 15 to 20 is the way it feels. bundle all of that up.
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is >> if this show were "good morning dallas" for example, we would be 70 degrees today. robin? george? josh? >> we can all dream, right. coming up, the stunning new pictures of former model lauren
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scruggs. after weeks of recovery, she's out laughing and joking with her family. and inside camelot. one of the people closest to jfk jr. revealing new details about his marriage. returned, asthma symptoms my doctor prescribed dulera to help prevent them. [ male announcer ] dulera is for patients 12 and older whose asthma is not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. dulera will not replace a rescue inhaler for sudden symptoms. dulera helps significantly improve lung function. this was shown over a 6 month clinical study. dulera contains formoterol, which increases the risk of death from asthma problems and may increase the risk of hospitalization in children and adolescents. dulera is not for people whose asthma is well controlled with a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. once your asthma is well controlled your doctor will decide if you can stop dulera and prescribe a different asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid.
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that entered the subway tunnel at church and duboce. >> major delays on all muni metro lines this morning. due to this car on the tracks going to take time, apparently the vehicle got half mile into the tunnel on the tracks. they have to tow it out. expect on muni metro all morning. there's a shuttle bus service in place between west portal and the embarcadero stations. other hot spot southbound 101 marin with multi-car accident, right lane. >> when we come back, meteorologist mike nicco wi "and what's your name?" "oh, it's flo." "and what do you do?" "oh, i sell insurance like no one else." "oh, that's nice." "thank you."
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check out this beautiful sunrise here in downtown san francisco let's see if those clouds are dropping rain yet. dry at least here. you can see just to the north mendocino and lake county moving into the north bay the end of the morning commute. by 3:00 steady rain in the north bay low to mid 50s the rest of us mid to upper 50s light rain linger overnight mild in the 40s heaviest rain today from 2 to 7:00 north to
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so new pictures right there of lauren scruggs, the former model who had the horrible accident with the airplane propeller. she's out with her family. making great progress. we have another milestone and remarkable recovery this morning. >> we'll have that story in a moment. also, camelot confidential. an insider close to jfk junior and his wife, caroline, revealing new details about the marriage and how life in the spotlight took a harsh toll on that couple. and nick cannon is speaking out after his health scare. how his wife, mariah carey, helped him pull through. the moment he thought he was going to die. and how is wife, mariah carey,
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helped him pull through. we begin with the latest on lauren scruggs. dr. richard besser is here with insights on her recovery. and ryan owens has more on her new pictures. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning, george. for weeks, lauren's family has been telling us how remarkable her recovery has been. this morning, we can see it for ourselves. it is quite a sight. she looks so strong, so surprisingly healthy. these pictures of lauren in a dallas cowboys hat and workout gear were snapped outside her rehab hospital on tuesday. the 23-year-old is with her parents and twin sister. we see her hugging dad, even flashing a smile. that patch on her eye, that empty sleeve, the only signs of how much this young model has lost. last month, her parents called her recovery remarkable. and credited her healthy life style. >> she eats so healthy. she's into organic food. mostly eats fruits and vegetables.
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she works out, loves to work out at the gym, she boxes. all of that really helped her. >> reporter: it's been six weeks since an airplane propeller sliced off her hand and into her face. doctors could not save her left eye. the accident happened after the online fashion editor got out of a small plane at an airport north of dallas. she had been looking at christmas lights. the pilot told investigators he warned scruggs not to walk in front of the plane but can't be sure she heard him over the roar of the propeller. her family doesn't blame the pilot and calls it a horrific accident. >> we're here to get inside scoop on "gossip girl." >> reporter: lauren, whose nickname is lo, appears upbeat in the photos. her mother's latest blog posting makes it clear there's a lot of pain behind the smile. she said the family's faith keeps them strong. i'm burdened for my sweet girl. it's hard to watch lo come to
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grips with the fact that she's lost her hand and lost her eye. it's hard to hear her tears. we should point out again we have repeatedly tried to speak with that pilot. he has refused all interview requests. george, i think you'll agree it is quite something to see how good lauren looks. >> it is. thanks so much, ryan. let's bring in dr. besser. she won't get her vision back in her left eye. how does that affect her overall vision? >> lose one eye, you lose about 25 percent of your visual field. at about a month, half the people who lose vision in one eye have adjusted. in about a year, all of them are. they are driving, they are functioning, they are working. they have to learn what to do without that little bit of vision, but the recovery is very, very good. >> what about the options on replacing her lost hand? >> from the photo, it looks like the loss of her arm is below the elbow. that's a good thing. there have been incredible
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advances in artificial hands. a lot having to do with treating war veterans. i would expect she can get a prosthesis that gives her a lot of function. >> the whole family, we've seen such a positive attitude from the parents, especially. and heard suchlauren. they credit the power of prayer. >> as a pediatrician, i have cared for a lot of children with severe injuries and illnesses. you have to look at the family and what their supports are. families that are close and communicate well, they'll draw closer. a family that isn't, they can be pulled apart. families that get strength through faith, that can really help during that recovery period. knowing that people care, knowing that people are praying for them, that can have a lot of value. many patients are reluctant to talk to doctors about this. only about 10% of patients that use prayer will talk to their doctor. it's really important to be open. >> most doctors will encourage
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it. >> most doctors would. lauren's mom is using a blog to express what they're going through. that can be very therapeutic. s to be able to express that it's hard, there's ups and downs to recovery. looking those photo, you're filled with hope. it will be a long process. having the prayer, knowing that people care will do a lot for this family. >> it already seems to be doing that. thanks very much. >> never underestimate the power of prayer. all right, thanks. now to the intimate look at american royalty, the marriage of jfk jr. and carolyn bessette. from someone who knew them very well. bianna golodryga happens to have a copy right there. >> this is the explosive book right here, robin. good morning to you. nearly 12 years after their untimely deaths, americans cannot get enough of jfk jr. and his wife, carolyn bessette. on the surface, they were the epitome of the perfect beautiful couple. but a new book threatened to shatter that revealing their deepest secrets.
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they were american royalty, living a guilded life. john f. kennedy jr. and wife, carolyn bessette. they spent much of their life together in the spotlight. yet were meticulously private. but one woman inside their circle of trust, john's assistant, is now talking. nearly 12 years after their tragic death off the coast of martha's vineyard. in her new book, "fairy tale interrupted" gives a new look at the prince of camelot, bessette and how the couple was having serious troubles in their marriage. she writes, upon first meeting bessette, she quote intimidated the hell out of me. and recalls an early anecdote from their first days of dating. when we first started dating, john call immediate and right before he got off the phone said, don't be a stranger. i was so pissed, i called him right back and said don't you ever say something like that to me again. her relationship with john began
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with a chance encounter when john was starting the magazine, "george." he was renting office space in manhattan. and sharing the same floor as the pr company where she worked. she told abc's chris cuomo. >> he moved into my office one weekend, i came into my office monday morning and i was not pleased. as someone once said, you could be arrested in some states, the way you spoke to him. i was really unhappy about that, and i was moving into a much smaller office, so that went from indifference to dislike. >> it seems that way. it also was a little bit of a spark of a friendship. >> oh, absolutely. >> reporter: she goes on to say that john's insensitivity was the biggest catalyst for their arguments. and that he was simply as disorganized and clueless as a kid. carolyn felt increasingly isolated. the meaner the stories in the press, the more carolyn retreated into herself. the process was heartbreaking to witness. terenzio says she feels guilt over bessette's death. that the couple was fighting and bessette had decided not to
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attend a family wedding with john. it was terenzio who talked her into taking that ill-fated flight. she described how she was able to convince carolyn get on the plane. she said, listen, carolyn, you don't want to put john in a position where he has to explain where you are, and you don't want to put yourself in a position of being judged. go get a dress. i'll get a car to get you to the airport. of course we know what happens after. so she does feel some guilt about that. >> i can imagine so. thank you so much. on monday, on "gma," rosemarie terenzio will join us live. in the meantime, let's get another check of the weather with sam. >> we'll go back to the northwest. good morning again, everybody. most of the heavy snow that fell yesterday was in the seattle area. pictures from olympia, before the snowstorm and after the snowstorm. same red truck, just piled up. in some cases, almost a foot, a little bit more. that's from the first one with the cold air. in comes the second low today. it stays stormy. but more of a wet system. an awful lot of wind and heavy rain. that will be coming through into the northwest.
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it does me some good to see warmer numbers, even if it's not where i live. i found some. san antonio, about 77. i don't know if this works for you. el paso, 66, tweet me and let me know houston, 70, new orleans, about 68. just taking it in, taking it in. >> all that weather was brought to you by revlon. also, honolulu, 79. >> so tweet you @samchampion? >> sure. if that works for you. coming up, nick cannon speaking out for the first time about his health scare. and how wife mariah pulled him through it. your step...
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nick cannon is speaking out for the first time about the health scare that landed him in an l.a. hospital. revealing how much pain he had and revealing that his wife helped him get through it. >> nick talked about the health problem, what happened, how the ordeal has made him want to refocus on family. >> i'm back. i'm not dead. >> reporter: he may be laughing.
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his recent health scare is no joke. he was rushed to the hospital on family trip. his wife, mariah carey posting these photos, calling the illness mild kidney failure. he's speaking out on his radio show. >> they shaugt i had acute mountain sickness. then they were like, oh, it's kidney stones. we didn't want to say kidney failure. >> reporter: doctors sent him home with no diagnosis. >> i thought i was going die. they're taking you off the m medici medicine, i'm trying to be normal. the kidney pain came back. other stuff was not working. >> reporter: while it's still unclear what happened to him, they say this kind of kidney disease can sneak up on parents. >> you mix being stressed,
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overfatigued, dehydrated. you could have problems with kidney injury. >> reporter: recently, this couple gave our barbara walters a look into their new lives. >> my family gives me everything. unconditional love. it's completion. >> it's just love. it's a beautiful place to be. >> reporter: cannon says he's doing better. he couldn't have gotten through it without his loving wife. he posted this on his website. >> i'm being patient. ain't about the grind all the time. making sure i stop and smell the roses. keeping my family first. love to my wife for taking care of me through all this. >> he said he thought he was this good shape. he wasn't eating or sleeping properly. he's going to focus on taking better care of himself. a little wakeup call. josh has the "play of the day." and model parent.
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here's "the play of the day." >> you know, sometimes, you miss like a half dozen plays of the day in the last four seconds before we come back. all right, we have a bo-fer for you. down under for both of them. check out marcos baghdatis. after a tough point lost in the third set. it's always the racket's fault. not just that one. seven times it took to break that racket. it's also that racket's fault. a lot of pros are out there are multiple rackets. in case a string breaks on the net. >> does he get a fine their that? >> he will. he's going to be losing more money. you want an example of
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sportsmanship? ball girl. match interrupted by that little guy or girl. >> what is that? >> it's a cricket. they make her get down there, though she hated doing it, she gets it off the court so it can -- >> i love that face. >> so it can cricket another day. >> the slow motion makes that work. >> we'll be right back. and now, ally bang brings you you're spending how much? millions of americans spend and spend on coffee every day. what percentage of americans drink coffee at work? for the answer and to weigh in on your coffee habits, go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo!. brought to you by ally perks. wh? customers didn't like it. so why do banks do it ? hello ? hello ?! if your bank doesn't let you talk to a real person 24/7,
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still ahead, can't stand the heat, fete out of the kitchen. nope, not paula deen. she's speaking out about her diabetes controversy. san francisco's muni metro still at stained still after an suv drove too the tunnel at church and duboce. sue hall has an update. >> no muni subway service at this time there are bus shuttles in place due to that suv that went on the tracks, drove a half mile into the tunnel. j, k, l, m and n muni lines
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suspended bus shuttle in place. here's a look at live doppler, dry right now just to the north that's where the rain is falling now about to move into the northern sections of the bay. that will continue to slide south through the evening commute that's when it will be wettest. >> the news continues now with "good morning america." [ sue ] wow! i've been so looking forward to this. when my asthma symptoms returned, my doctor prescribed dulera to help prevent them. [ male announcer ] dulera is for patients 12 and older whose asthma is not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine,
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♪ oh, my goodness. sam is busting a move in the studio here. >> a wide shot. >> no, let's show the fine folks that are braving the temperatures outside right now. we so appreciate it. does this little girl look familiar? she's got some good genes. her mom is supermodel cindy crawford. >> wow. >> and her 10-year-old daughter is already following her mother onto the catwalk. >> boy, that is a mini cindy right there. >> i would call her minime. and paula deen is taking
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some fire right now taking heat. she's had diabetes for three years but is only revealing it now. even after she was serving the doughnut hamburgers there. creating a lot of controversy. we'll get into that coming up. >> never had a donut hamburger. cold as ice? we're revealing some of the best-kept beauty and diet secrets of the superstars. why so many are going inside this ice chamber. sounds fun, right? >> dry ice, right? >> wow. >> if by fun, you mean not fun at all. >> a lot of fun. >> you missed sam dancing off to "ice ice baby." did you see it? did you see it? >> sam, we'll do that in the 8:30 hellos. we'll begin with breaking news in the race for president. texas governor, rick perry is bowing out, saying he will
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endorse newt gingrich. he was last place in the polls. newt bring rich is closing the gap, turns out romney did not win iowa after all. a new vote tally finds that rick santorum won by 34 votes. the other big story, major develops from italy about the captain of the cruise ship. he's been suspended by the cruise company. he also denied knowledge about a woman who may be with him as the disaster was unfolding. the death toll stands at 11, 21 people remaining missing, including it two americans p. abc's chris cuomo is at the scene. chris. >> reporter: we have new information and new question what happened. specifically why did it take so long for the evacuation order being issued. a lot of fingers pointed at the company. they had no idea what happened but we have reason to believe they spoke to the captain after
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the collision as many as three times. they also said they didn't know about the route but the captain said it was pre-planned. ship tracking data said this ship crossed this close to the island in the past. on a human level, search and rescue will continue today. divers will blow holes in the hull in the back of the ship to see who else they can find, josh. thank you. >> meanwhile actor jude law is one of a dozen of celebrities getting a big payday. from rupert murdoch. they've acread to pay $200,000 to 36 victims of phone hacking. meanwhile an investment banker is donating $7 million to repair the washington monk umt. august earthquake opened up several cracks sending people inside running for their lives. the donation matches the amount congress authorized for repairs.
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get ready for less leg room on your next flight. southwest, the latest airline to add another row of seats to the boeing 737. the wall street journal reporting that as a result, the airline will have to shrink the space allotted to each row of seats. i know you're thinking, how could they possibly shrink it any further? it will now be 31 inches per row. here's diane with a preview of tonight's "world news." >> good morning, josh. tonight you'll meet a chef unlike any other. he's kind of magician. his idea of health is to make food that is good for you as amazingly wonderful as the food you crave. how does he do it? you have to see it. it's amazing, tonight on "world news." finally, a mom to be from washington state made to it the hospital on time. just not quite to the delivery room. instead, kate gave birth to baby blake in an elevator stuck between floors. dad, luke, was able to climb down into the car and cut the umbilical cord.
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it took two hours to free the family. final stats, 7 pounds, 15 ounces. just shy of the 14th floor. look at that. sweet little baby. healthy and happy. and -- >> named? >> i do, i do. i definitely do. boy, what a great story? >> named? otis. >> yeah, was see, with the -- >> i'm here all night. >> pop news. all right. i promise. good morning. rumors all day yesterday that beyonce would make the first red carpet appearance last night 11 days after giving birth. but not so soon. paparazzi and fans were swarming husband jay-z's 40/40 club. in new york city at the big grand reopening party. he posed for photogs. alongside celebs like ashanti. warren buffett was there. for some reason. the queen bee? no show. most likely, a little party at
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home with blue ivy. >> i love that. >> he's like, wow, tavern on the green has never looked so good. >> left turn. all right, it's often been portrayed in the movies that leading men -- a leading man becomes a bumbling fool in front of a beautiful woman. well, now, a new study out of the netherlands confirms that it actually happens. researchers say, even the mention of a woman's name while doing simple testing affected the men's cognitive performance. the research supports a 2009 study out of the same lab that came to the conclusion that men suffer from temporary stupidity when interacting with women. >> actually, this just in in related news, orange juice comes from oranges. >> now we have a good excuse, every morning, josh, come on. >> that's it. >> robin? ali? >> i'm staying out of the way because i love this. >> it's true, it's true, it's
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true. >> thank you for admitting it. also in the news, the silent film, "the artist" is getting some negative reviews in england, even though it cleaned up at the golden globes over the weekend. patrons have asked for refunds because, what do you know, they can't hear the dialogue? >> speaking of temporary stupidity. >> okay. >> after issuing a small number of refunds, the theater is now posting warnings to patrons that the movie is supposed to besides lent, people. they'll only give refunds if the patrons complain in the first ten minutes. >> it's amazing. >> that's awfully generous. >> on virtually every level. that's incredible. >> i'm glad you found that amusing. now to a video trending wildly. there's a moral to this story. the signs that say, don't feed the animals, that is why. this woman, waving her chips around in a texas safari park with the windows open. she's lucky it was the zebra that wanted a ship. [ screams ]
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>> i want to point out that megan is fine. this public service announcement was brought you to by the pop news heat index. she's fine. she's fine. she posted it. >> wow. wow. >> don't look at me like that, mr. play of the day. >> i'm just saying, in super-duper slow-mo, that was almost disturbing. >> they may not have need to slow it down. it's much funnier faster. >> she's great. she posted that. she knows that she probably shouldn't have had the windows down. that's pop news. sam, help me. >> good morning, gang. i took a quick survey. who would be standing out in the cold air? because i really thought it would be states like minnesota -- >> whoo. >> no, eddie, you don't count. you're not from -- you're from here. you're from "gma." so like -- like a cold state, like cleveland, ohio? where? no. ft. lauderdale? >> yeah! >> texas? >> south texas.
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>> it's the hearty southerners standing out in the air. here we go. pictures from chicago this morning just to show you. as we start out with a two-day event. one burst of cold air, then the second burst of cold air. winter is on the board. each burst has a little snow-making opportunity with it. chicago, you're about 12 degrees. we feel like that's kind of the low temperature heading in that way. we know that some cold air and snow opportunities headed in new england as well. here's the heaviest rain in the second system to hit the northwest today will deliver. it's a lot of rain and continuing winds here. more than six inches in the areas that got heavy rain yesterday. locally up to 10 inches of rain. dallas, we keep highlighting you this mororng, because that 70 looks so good.
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>> it's the heartiness of the folks in times square that i love the most. lara? >> sclooutly. sam, thank you very much. here's a look at what else we have coming up. on our "gma" morning menu. wow. like mother, like daughter. cindy crawford's 10-year-old turning heads. in front of the cameras. she is a future super model, i'll tell you. plus comfort food queen paula deen revealed her diabetes. now why she's taking so much heat for it. we'll have that story. and finally, why snakes could be the answer to turning back the hands of time. inside one of the newest beauty secrets of the stars. all coming up on "gma."
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earn points you can use for travel on any airline, with no blackout dates. like mother, like daughter. back in the '90s, supermodel cindy crawford was everywhere. now her daughter, just 10 years old, is picking up where mom left off. >> could this family look anymore perfect? the father is a model, the son is gorgeous. everyone is gorgeous. they're big shoes to fill. cindy crawford has krased more than a thousand magazine covers. while kaia is not there yet,
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she's got a seven-year jump on her mom. cindy crawford has rocked the runway for decades. now, there's a new kid in town. it happens to be her own. kaia gerber may be 10 years old, but she's the spitting image of her famous mother. >> you have a girl that is really beautiful, genetically, and why not seek that opportunity. >> reporter: with her mom on set, this supermodel in training posed for her first ever modeling job. >> what's fantastic about it and almost jaw-dropping about the ad, she looks almost like cindy. >> reporter: cindy was a muse to gianni versace in the '90s.
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donatella versace says, like her mother, the camera really, really loves her. >> reporter: kaia's career started before she could walk in this diet pepsi ad with her mom. >> she could have an incredible career in front of her if she wants it. >> reporter: she's following in the footsteps of the other celebrity kids. riley kehoe has modeled for christian dior. heather locklear and richie sambora watched daughter ava model in 2010. and for gucci spring 2011's children's line, jennifer lopez showed off her twins, max and emme. >> you think style. same thing with cindy crawford. she's a beautiful young girl. the reputation of parent helps
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the child in this situation. >> reporter: you probably can't say they steered them in that direction. it's gianni versace. >> she's beautiful. >> she has an amazing future if she wants. her mom was a chemical engineering student. >> a lot going on there. celebrity chef paula deen is speaking out after setting off a fire storm with her announcement this week that she has type ii diabetes. doesn't seem like the controversy will go away any time toosoon. >> she's'i inseeing temperature
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rising like never before. we know her as the queen of southern cuisine. familiar to "gma" viewers for her many visits over if years. offering her signature males. >> gravy and biscuits. >> everybody is talking about paula deen right now. >> are they? >> reporter: after revealing she has been diagnosed with type ii diabetes. >> why announce this now? >> think it's been close to three years, clinton. it was really something i had to digest. >> reporter: her announcement came the same day she started endorsing a diabetes drug. >> i have made simple changes in my life. like cutting back on one of my
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favorite things, sweet tea. >> reporter: she's donating a portion of the proceed. not good enough say some of her critics, who have long rald against her high-fat, sugar-loaded cooking. celebrity chef anthony bourdain took to twitter, accusing her f offing in on her disease. thinking of getting into the leg-breaking business so i can profitably sell crutches later. fans wrote, shame on you. so disappointed paula deen. campaign on obesity and diabetes, absurdity. one said, you don't know anyone anything. keep on being paula. her campaign could send the wrong message. >> it's absolutely up to her whether she wants to tell the
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public. i'm afraid we're teaching precisely the wrong message. >> reporter: in statement to abc news, the pharmaceutical company says paula deen is someone people can relate to. we applaud her bravery for help people the best way she knows how and are proud to call ourselves her partner. >> i got from the garden. >> reporter: meanwhile, deen celebrated by fans for her home style cooking and folksy sense of humor now says she wants to spread awareness. >> when my life is over and you hear my name, i hope you associate the world hope with it. >> reporter: she says she plans no major changes to her cooking style. she's always preached moderation. she's in business with her sons, one of them who has an upcoming television show, called not my mama's meals. he lightens up some of her recipes. >> and emeril is here in the
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next half hour. we'll ask him about that as well. lara? thanks, robin. until we find the fountain of youth, we'll probably continue the spend millions of dollars to turn back time. how far will they go? abbie boudreau found some shocking trends of the stars. >> reporter: we all know just how far some celebrities will go to have that perfect, glowing skin. here in l.a., i found out firsthand just how bizarre some of the trends really are. it's forever remained a mystery, just how far women will go to look young and beautiful. vampire facelifts. fish pedicures. bird-dropping facials. the latest? brace yourself. human placenta facials. snake venom facials.
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ice chambers. this woman claims the facial is the secret to the stars. >> it can do such an area. the snake venom goes all over your face. >> reporter: it's not poisonous. the serum is engineered to mimic the venom effects. it's not real snake venom? >> it's not. but it's identical. it paralyzes certain muscles in your face, reducing fine lines and wrinkles over time. what does it feel like? >> it feels amazing. it was scary at first. >> reporter: i somehow got roped into trying a little snake venom myself. first, let's take a look at perhaps the most extreme celebrity skin secrets. the human placenta facial. >> it will be the signature facial for this office.
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the red carpet facial. >> reporter: when you told your patients, what were they saying? >> it's a good thing people trust me. they were not scared. >> reporter: who does this? well, let's just say it's another one of hollywood's best kept secrets. >> it's the secret of people who need to look their best all the time. >> reporter: but human placenta? dr. lancer says the treatment is safe, but costly. $500 or more. and where do they get the placenta in the first place? >> they're harvested from afterbirth in russia. the proteins are purified, dried, resuspended. it's like recycling. >> reporter: think we have the gist of that one. let's check out the coolest of the trends. ice chamber. oh, my gosh, it's freezing. how cold does it get? >> about minus 170 celsius.
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>> reporter: it is crazy. what does it do? just 3:00 in the chamber, and the doctor says it will help stimulate collagen production, plump out wrinkles, and shake years off your look. >> you lose weight, the metabolism. that's one thing they're interested in. >> reporter: sharon davis loves the hel this so far. oh, look, i'm thin now. >> reporter: shelly dennis wants a more natural way to maintain her looks. >> i'm really cold. >> reporter: why are you doing this to yourself? >> i love the feeling i have after. like my body is awake. >> reporter: speaking of awake. oh, my gosh, my face is on fire
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right now. that's how i felt after the snake venom facial. after the red light and oxygen, here's the before, and now the after. no doubt, i'm glowing. but to get lasting results, sewn kra says i need a whole lot more venom. so whether you're thinking of getting one of these done, the truth remains, it's all truly bizarre. and, lara, since i had such a good time, i sent you a little present overnight. a little snake venom that maybe you can test out yourself. >> i would like to thank you for sharing. the true sisterhood that we share secrets like that. oh, i feel a little tingly. >> right away. >> you said that you -- um, it works best on expression lines, i understand? >> reporter: yell, and over a long period of time. it's not like an injectable.
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you leave and a day later, you're really seeing the effects. this happens over a longer period of time. remember. it's not real snake venom. it him ix the effects of a snakebite. sonya is the creator. she says she feels it works better. it doesn't give the frozen feel. it's less than $200. find out where to buy it on our website. from that to steals and deals. don't miss it. stay with us.
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good morning i'm kristen sze. muni metro trains in san francisco back this service following major delays. shuttings were in place -- shuttles were in place after an suv ended the tunnel near church and dew pwos. no injuries have -- duboce no injuries reported you can see video right thereof folks getting off the train. let's talk to sue hall for the latest. our reporter amy hollyfield there saying that
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the trains have slowly started service. one has again in the tunnel and come out the other side, both directions now slowly beginning to get back to normal. free waze app you can slow surface streets due to the muni metro delays. check it out at abc7 news/waze. >> calm before the storm now.
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dry right now 2:00 to 7:00 that's when steady rain moves north to south across the bay area. heavier rain during the latter parts of the afternoon and evening hours tomorrow ♪ the heat is on ♪ the heat is on not outside it's not. it's freezing here in new york today. we have emeril inside with great comfort foods. perfect food for a winter's day. a braised pot roast. >> it already smells good. also this morning, your children's furniture may be holding more than just clothes and toy. the invisible danger that could be a danger to their health. >> air pollution inside. yes, good news. i'm here with tory johnson. today is your day if you have
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>> sam, we need to go to weather. sam, you got it, thank you. thank you tory. sam, you're on. >> thanks, lara. hey, twitter and facebook pictures are alive today. from washington into -- well, both of them are lake wood and woodinville. we have norris eastern snow. the opportunity to pick up two hits in the next 48 hours. this is the zone over the next 48 hours. you're looking at a good hit of solid snow. if that target zone is right and the second low develops. 70 degrees in dallas. 68 in new orleans today. that is where the warmth is holding on. 64 in l.a., 67 in
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>> all of that weather was brought to you by ashley furniture. oh, josh, you know we're close to the 1 million coats on the warm hearts, warm coats drive. we're coming up with new ways to get people to help us. we have teamed up with the brilliant ninds of zinga. it's a brand new game. go to the facebook page. my, that's an attractive group of folks. >> i could -- >> well, one of them. go below that, hit that. you have this game. do it quickly. find the items on the game. revolver? josh? >> revolver. >> how about the goldfish? >> it's good. >> i don't know where the razor?
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>> baby bunny. go. you're scoring points on this. and the idea is if you do it fast, and you score points. >> you go in the home page. >> you'll see that. warm hearts, warm coats icon. all your money goes straight to actually buy new coats for someone out in the cold this winter by playing the game. >> if we have got. you to give a coat -- >> and boy do we appreciate it. >> we can still get coats out of this. you'll donate $5. you have to hit that button. >> donate. the new tally. how many we are. we're getting close. we have to get to 1 million. 963,583 coats. again, we're so close to our goal, remember, you can still donate coats at any burlington coat factory.
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we appreciate it. something you need to know about your furniture, coming up. very nice.
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most of us associate air pollution with smokestacks and tail pipes outside. the epa now considers indoor air quality as the fourth biggest threat. elisabeth leamy is here to tell
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us more. >> we found you a way to show you something that is invisible. you can smell the chemicals in your home sometimes. you can't see them. they're there. we wanted to know which ones, how much, and what they're doing to our bodies. we set out to set up the perfect child's nursery. were the team bringing in formaldehyde, benzene, ethylene glycol and other chemicals? it's a daunting thought. >> your home, your safe haven, the place you're posed to be the safest is a potential cause for danger. you start thinking, what are all the chemicals? what is it doing to my family? >> reporter: it's not just
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furniture. other things in the house give off chemicals. they can cause eye and throat irritation in the short term and asthma and cancer in the long term. what kind of invisible things are in here. >> exactly. >> reporter: we asked an indoor air quality technician to test. the air contained 300 different chemical compounds, compared to just two when we tested rightout side the same house. >> whether it's significant enough to cause health prop problems, we'll have to look at the lab results and tell. >> reporter: next up, the lab at greenguard. they test furnishings for chemicals and gives its seal of approval. >> we have determined that not only is the air quality more hazardous inside than outside. but the source of the polutants
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is coming from the materials we use on an everyday basis. >> reporter: they pioneered a way to measure the kem cams by isolating it in a large chamber. the interior is stainless steel and glass. two materials that don't give off gas. the results are a preflexion only of whatever is placed inside. it's time for lab workers to load our nursery furniture into the chamber, where it will sit for seven days. these tubes capture the chemicals coming off the furniture. >> it's like a kol lander. the water goes through, the noodles stay behind. same prince pbl. >> reporter: we're straining chemicals. one week later, we herned that the rocker had more than seven times the recommended level for
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formaldehyde. the crib mattress gave off more than 150 chemicals including solvents a solvents. none of the products is in violation of any law. >> we have standards for the outdoor air. the occupational workers. we don't have them for people in our homes today. >> before you bring new furniture or other products into your home, slow down. and think about what else you're bringing in, too. >> that was really surprising, 300 chemicals inside a tiny little nursery. what can people do about it? >> look for products certified as having low emissions. the more people that ask for them, the more there will be. when you get new furniture, unpack it doubt doors. bring it in after a week.
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and if you're going to paint, try to do it in the fall or spring when you can open the windows. coming up, emeril's got some some fort
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stay close. it's cold outside. our good friend, emeril lagasse is here to heat things up. from his new book, sizzling ski skillets and other one-pot wonders. you're good friends with paula deen. a lot of controversy right now. how did you react when you heard? >> my very best to paula.
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we, in our household, have been dealing with diabetes for many, many years. as my good friend julia child would say, it's about moderation. mod vags a good thing. my best and prayers to paula. >> we echo that. you have said that. we love having you on. we love the decadent dishes. you can't eat this every single day. it's a treat. >> it's about moderation. we have a couple of things we're doing today. a classic pot roast. inexpensive cut of beef. you want to try to get as much flavor as you can. >> how? >> we're going do this. take and make a little paste. i have chopped rosemary. chopped garlic. a little bit of salt. you're going to take a knife and sort of work this in as a little spread. a little black pepper would be great. we're going to do this.
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take a paring knife and make a cut. we're going to take some of this and work it inside there. >> all inside. >> exactly. >> i like that trick. >> we're going to season it with salt and pepper. in a hot dutch oven, we're going to ad -- oil. and then we're going to -- >> oh, there's that sound. >> we're going to begin to start searing that. we want to sear it on all sides so it looks like this. then we're going to add some braising liquid to this. this is stock. reduced stock. a little bit of that spatula there. the tomato paste goes inside here. a good tablespoon of toe nay tow paste. it's the foundation.
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the glue. that's okay. that's okay. after that sears, we cover it, put it in the oven, 350, 375 for about two hour. >> okay. just falling off the bone. there's though bone to fall off. >> we're going to add the vegetables. celery, carrots, parsnips. then the potatoes and onions in here. >> good, the veggies. veggies, yes. >> lots of veggies. covered, back in the oven for another hour. >> wow. >> okay, now, what happens is that you can see. this is light in consistency, the stock. >> give her something to whisk, please. >> all right. a couple of tablespoons, add it to the flour.
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whisk that in. >> and i helped. >> and so what happens now, the vegetables look like this. take the meat out. let it rest. start slicing the pot roast. as i'm going right here. and on the plate with vegetables. what do i have? all the vegetables here. if you want -- >> the brussels sprouts are great. >> i have green beans. cherry tomatoes. >> brussels sprouts roasted with lemon, lemon juice, finished with a little bit of parmesan chooes. >> josh brought me my plate. >> will we have all the recipes on the website? >> we do. this is risotto. have you tasted it? it's a blt risotta? >> breakfast, lunch, or dinner?
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>> exactly. >> you're on a roll. >> to what you were saying about not eating like it every day. it makes it feel like a special treat. >> it's comfort food. it's cold out. people want the comfort, the warmth. pot roast, a very inexpensive cut of meat, using a chuck roast. >> and hard to ruin. >> it's a treat. >> thank you, emeril.sa
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we have all had dinner for breakfast today. it was great. >> leave it in another extra hour, it really falls apart. >> fantastic. great stuff. tomorrow, glamorous red carpet looks at affordable prices. after this dinner. have a great day, everyone. @j@jj we know everyone's looking for ways to save.
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good morning. it has been a long morning for metro commuters in san francisco service has resumed following a system wide shutdown it happened after an suv drove into the tunnel at church street and duboce after 6:00. muni trains are running again. right now let's check had with sue hall. >> regular subway service has resumed as of 820 this morning you can still expect -- 8:20 this morning. you can still expect delays no more buses in place. slow octavia and

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